Olunga asked Kenyans in Qatar to support his new club Al Duhail

Tue 02 February 2021 | 12:09

Al Duhail SC striker Michael Olunga has asked Kenyans living in Qatar to attend their matches and support them.

Kenya international

Michael Olunga

moved to

Al Duhail SC


Kashiwa Reysol

of Japan on January 12 and in his first game, he scored a hat-trick and helped his side to win 6-0 against Al-Ahli Doha.

He has now urged Kenyans in Doha to attend their matches and support Al Duhail SC.

“At the outset, let me thank all Kenyans in Doha who have supported me since my arrival and made me feel that I am in my country, which will give me the motivation to work strongly in order to achieve a victory in all the confrontations we will fight," he said.

“I invite them to come to the stadium and support the team and enjoy the good performances that my team presents.”

Al Duhail SC are going to meet Egyptian giants

Al Ahly

in the 2020 Fifa Club World Cup on Thursday.

“It is definitely a good opportunity for me and my fellow players, and it is a challenge for everyone, and we are ready to play the matches and face the challenges that lie ahead,” he added.

“Here everyone trusts in my ability to contribute to the offensive line alongside my teammates, which is why I was definitely brought in, and inside the stadium, we all support each other, and this tournament will be a good opportunity for all of us, and on my side, I will do my best to provide the expected addition.”

He then talked about what he knows about Al Ahly.

“We know exactly the strength of Al-Ahly, which is a good and ancient team in the African continent and has reached this tournament several times and everyone in the club knows that and this tournament is a challenge of a different kind,” he said.

“We must work very hard to achieve the expected appearance and the match will not be easy but it is an important and good opportunity to appear as required.”

source: SportMob